I finally heard back from Chris Brodersen (pictured above). He is not enthusiastic about restoring an old Zuckerman, but said he would do it. Cool. I have asked him when I can bring it to his Northville workshop for an estimate and repair. I can’t believe I’m getting closer to getting my little Zuckerman back in working order.
Choir starts Wednesday. I’m feeling on schedule. Eileen will help me get the folders ready. I already have all but two of the anthems between now and Advent laying out ready to stuff.
I continue to work daily on “Mental Floss.” This morning I put in yesterday’s corrections. I’m feeling very tired this afternoon. I’m quite likely not going to go back to church to practice upcoming music. Mostly I have the Calvin Hampton piece to work on. And to continue to work on “Mental Floss” at the bench.
Music at church today went buy valium xanax online well. I had a parishioner indicate they wanted to join the choir. That’s new. We haven’t had a new member for several years.
The cult of the individual – Susan Tomes
Susan Tomes is an English pianist whose blog I read regularly. This entry is depressing since it talks about the reluctance of music students to attend master classes. What the heck?
A Controversial Restoration That Wipes Away the Past – The New York Times
Black Madonna a result of direct grime? Who knew?
As Bike-Sharing Brings Out Bad Manners, China Asks, What’s Wrong With Us? – The New York Times
The public commons is something I thing about quite a lot. I’m encourage this kind of discussion is going on anywhere in the world.
Human Toll of Harvey Comes Into View as Waters Recede – The New York Times
This article clarifies how people died in Harvey. I always wonder about what causes the deaths.